Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention 1837 1838 : Opinion of the Hon. John Fox, president judge of the judicial district composed of the counties of Bucks and Montgomery, against the exercise of Negro suffrage in Pennsylvania [electronic resource] : also, the vote of the members of the Pennsylvania Convention, on the motion of Mr. Martin, to insert the word "white" as one of the proposed amendments to the Constitution.; Fox, John,
Pennsylvania Emigration And Immigration History : The German immigration into Pennsylvania through the port of Philadelphia, 1700 to 1775. Part II, The redemptioners / prepared at the request of the Pennsylvania-German Society by Frank Ried Diffenderffer.; Diffenderffer, Frank Ried,
Pennsylvania Hall Philadelphia Pa : Review of the report of the Committee on Police, to the Councils of Philadelphia, in relation to the destruction of Pennsylvania Hall [electronic resource] / by Charles Hammond.; Hammond, Charles,
Pennsylvania History Colonial Period Ca 1600 1775 Sources : Some account of the Province of Pennsilvania in America : lately granted under the great seal of England to William Penn &c. : together with priviledges and powers necessary to the well-governing thereof : made publick for the information of such as are, or may be disposed to transport themselves, or servants into those parts.; Penn, William,
Pennsylvania Languages : A harmony of the spirits : translation and the language of community in early Pennsylvania / Patrick M. Erben.; Erben, Patrick M.
Pennsylvania Moral Conditions Early Works To 1800 : By His Excellency Benjamin Fletcher, captain general and governour in chief of the province of New-York, province of Pennsilvania, country of New-Castle ... : a proclamation, whereas our soveraign Lord and Lady William and Mary ... : In their majesties name I do hereby strictly prohibit the breaking of the Lord's Day, all prophane swearing, cursing, drunkenness, idleness and unlawful gaming, and all manner of prophaneness whatsoever ... Given under my hand at Philadelphia the 29th day of April, 1693 in the fifth year of their Majesties reign.; New York (Colony).
Pennsylvania Politics And Government Colonial Period Ca 1660 1775 : The frame of the government of the province of Pennsilvania in America : together with certain laws agreed upon in England by the governour and divers free-men of the aforesaid province : to be further explained and confirmed there by the first provincial council and General Assembly that shall be held, if they see meet.; Penn, William,
Pennsylvania Politics And Government To 1775 Early Works To 1800 : The excellent priviledge of liberty & property being the birth-right of the free-born subjects of England. : Containing I. Magna carta, with a learned comment upon it. II. The confirmation of the Charters of the liberties of England and of the forrest, made in the 35th year of Edward the First III. A statute made the 34 Edw. I. commonly called De tallageo non concedendo; wherein all fundamental laws, liberties and customs are confirmed. With a comment upon it. IV. An abstract of the pattent granted by the King to VVilliam Penn and his heirs and assigns for the province of Pennsilvania. V. And lastly, the Charter of liberties granted by the said VVilliam Penn to the free-men and inhabitants of the province of Pennsilvania and territories thereunto annexed, in America.; Penn, William,
Pennsylvania Population Statistics : List of the taxable inhabitants, deaf and dumb, blind persons, and slaves, in the several counties of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania [electronic resource] : from the returns made to the Governor, in the years 1842-43 : read in the House of Representatives, January 12, 1843.
Penny L F Lewis Frederick : The Quaternary in Britain : essays, reviews and original work on the Quaternary published in honour of Lewis Penny on his retirement / edited by John Neale and John Flenley.
Penny Whistle Music : The wild whistle : songs from the repertoire of Ted Tarling.; Tarling, Ted,
Pennyman Joseph Looking Glass For The Quakers : The constancy of the people called Quakers. : In their testimony against popery, sincerely asserted, in opposition to a perverss [sic] lybel, falsly stiled, A looking-Glass for the Quakers, (in two collumns) sallaciously mis-representing them: / Humbly offered to publick and impartial view.
Penobscot River Me History : Sailing days on the Penobscot : the story of the river and the bay in the old days.; Wasson, George S.,
Penola Schooner : Southern lights : the official account of the British Graham Land Expedition, 1934-1937 / by John Rymill with two chapters by A. Stephenson.; Rymill, John,